Woodland Waterfall Wedding

On Friday July 13, 2018 I married the best man I have ever known. We said our vows outside at a private waterfall, encased in the gorges in the valley below the trees. The weather was warm and the sun was shining bright. * ALL PROFESIONAL PHOTOS BY THE RAMSDENS * We spent the night…Read more Woodland Waterfall Wedding

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Catskill Mountains: Winter Hiking; Mine Kill State Park.

Blustery Winter Hikes Hiking in up to -25 degree weather and in the Nor Easters that have been dumping massive amounts of snow in New York make for some interesting obstacles on the trails. But with the proper gear it is possible! A friend of mine and I went to Mine Kill State Park and…Read more Catskill Mountains: Winter Hiking; Mine Kill State Park.

New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #9.

Passion for the Unknown. When we decided to stop traveling the West Coast and come back to New York, I have to admit... I was a little bit nervous about losing my sense of adventure. I had been getting up early on my days off and spending the whole day outside exploring new surroundings. We only had 3 months in…Read more New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #9.

New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #7.

Whiteface Mountain Memorial Highway Autumn Foliage in the Adirondacks is unlike anywhere else in the US. The brilliant blanket of color that covers the entire range is unreal. The sight, even standing on a peak in person, is so surreal and unbelievably beautiful that it looks like a painting. Dewitt and I drove up Whiteface the last weekend…Read more New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #7.

Road Trip: Autumn Foliage throughout Colorado.

Eldorado Canyon State Park Pike’s Peak from Garden of the Gods The drive to Echo Lake in Idaho Springs A lone Aspen tree in the middle of Garden of the Gods Central City Bike Park in Downtown Denver Red Rock Canyon